?Around thirty agents of the Government of Georgia attended a working meeting in Tbilisi a week ago to discuss integrating farm development into the national policies of the country.
While realising the challenges relating to outlying development in Georgia, the actual participants focused on the particular effective implementation from the national Rural Development Strategy 2017-2020, the elaboration on the Rural Development Action Plan for 2018-2020, and on the particular further steps to make at national, localised and municipal amount.
According to an EU report, the main theme of the meeting was to find out the best suitable design for integrated out of the way development policy throughout Georgia and to assure its alignment when using the European Union Policy Composition on Rural Improvement.
The meeting was organized in the framework in the European Union’s Area Programme for Agriculture and Rural Development (ENPARD) and was maintained by the United Nations Enhancement Programme in cohesiveness with the Ministry of Farming of Georgia.
Since 2013, the EU is supporting rural development in Georgia through a?ENPARD?Programme. With a total funds of 102 million, the chief goal of ENPARD is to lower rural poverty during Georgia.
The first section of ENPARD in Ga focused on developing the opportunity of agriculture. The second stage focuses on creating market opportunities for the out of the way population which go above agricultural activities.